Title: The Last Color
Author: Vikas Khanna
Pages: 224 pages (Paperback)
Genre: Contemporary fiction
Publication Date: 18 May, 2018
Publisher: Bloomsbury India
It’s Holi, 2012, the Hindu festival of spring, and back in Varanasi after twenty years, a young advocate is celebrating a nation-wide Supreme Court order against an age-old tradition of social injustice meted out to the destitute widows of India – to whom even the Continue reading “THE LAST COLOR BY VIKAS KHANNA”
Title: A Court of Frost and Starlight
Pages: 272 pages (Paperback)
Genre: Young Adult – Fantasy
Publication Date: 8 May 2018
Publisher: Bloomsbury YA
Hope warms the coldest night.
Feyre, Rhys, and their close-knit circle of friends are still busy rebuilding the Night Court and the vastly-changed world beyond. But Winter Solstice is finally near, and with it, a Continue reading “A Court of Frost and Starlight (A Court of Thorns and Roses #3.1) by Sarah J. Maas”
Rohan Dahiya, comes from a military background and thus for the most part have spent a childhood moving around a lot before we finally settling in Gurgaon. He says while it didn’t do much for his social skills it did teach him to be comfortable in his own company “because there have been so many days where my sister and I had nothing to do in the empty mess in some corner of Siliguri”. Another thing he could never manage was being serious about his education. “I’m sometimes amazed I even made it through those exams even studying literature in DU wasn’t exactly a joyride. Finally I found Chapter 101 a bookstore started by Mr. Raju Singh, and here I feel like I belong, like this is the place I’m really supposed to be!”
“The Bitter Pill Social Club” is his first novel.
1. How long did it take to make this book a reality?
So the first draft was super quick, I was done in a few months but then it went through a few round of edits and rewrites which is when I ended up adding a few more layers of depth to the story rather than it being a frivolous account of these lives. All in all I’d say a year and a half I guess from start to the final print. Continue reading “ROHAN DAHIYA – AUTHOR INTERVIEW”